Welcome to Jotmans Hall Primary School where “every child matters”. At Jotmans Hall we believe that children are individuals and they all learn in different ways. Our rich and varied curriculum and excellent facilities ensure that we are able to provide experiences to meet their needs and move them forward in their learning.
Our hardworking staff ensure that each child’s progress is carefully monitored and we pride ourselves on the School’s warm and welcoming environment which enables children to thrive.
We offer a very wide range of enrichment opportunities, such as music and sport, and provide high quality childcare before and after school to support parents and carers.
We hope you enjoy our website and find it useful and informative.
Thank you to all the parents/carers who came along to support their children in our sponsored walk today! The children showed lots of determination in getting all of their stamps and stickers. Please remember to bring your sponsorship forms to the School Office as soon as possible. 🙂
Reminder: The Year 6 national curriculum testing (otherwise known as SATs) is taking place next week. The timetable will be as follows: Monday 13th May: SPaG, Spelling Tuesday 14th May: Comprehension Wednesday 15th May: Maths 1 (Arithmetic), Maths 2 (Reasoning) Thursday 16th May: Maths 3 (Reasoning). All the tests will take place in the morning. Please make sure that if your child is in Year 6, they have had a good night’s sleep and a breakfast. All the staff at Jotmans Hall know how hard these children have worked over the last months and we wish them all the best for the coming week. 🍀
Reminder: Next Thursday 9th May is Acorn Class’ Coffee Morning, which will start at 9:15am.
Take a look at this advice on the TikTok app:
Miss Andrews and Mrs Livett will be performing in this show:
Please be reminded that tomorrow is a non-pupil day due to polling.
Chestnut Class have a non-uniform day tomorrow as a reward for reaching 100 Parliament Points.
Please see below for information on our upcoming fundraising day on Friday 17th May. 🌍🔭✨ 👨⚕️🏥👩⚕️ In addition to the information in the image, Year 6 children will also be selling cakes, icicles and ice lollies at the end of school to help raise additional funds. We would really appreciate any donations of cakes for Year 6 to sell at their sale. Thank you in advance for your support. 😊
Cedar Class have a non-uniform day tomorrow, Tuesday 30th April as a reward for reaching 50 Parliament Points.